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"We Paint... the Blues," an art exhibit running through the end of the month, celebrates everything blue: The hue, the blues music genre and the sadness associated with the color.
Fashion design students in the School of Art, Architecture + Design will display their new spirit wear designs and repurposed clothing Feb. 11-15 for IU's bicentennial celebration.
The Grunwald Gallery of Art will be opening its two newest exhibits Friday Jan. 11.
An open house and panel will bring elements of the "Art and Refugees: Shine the Light to IU" exhibit to the Global and International Studies Building from 3 to 5 p.m. Jan. 10.
In Mary Shelley’s 1818 novel, a man with the mind of a child observed an instructor giving lessons to a colleague. People call this man by different names: Frankenstein, the Monster or the Creature.
Most airplanes fly. Some, like the airplane on display at the Mathers Museum of World Cultures, were built to be put in the ground.
With cameras in hand, Sharon and Jessica Bussert bought an RV in 2014, moved in and hit the road for a three-year photography adventure spanning the U.S., from their home state of Indiana to the West Coast. Their dog, Shadow, and cat, Midnight, came along for the ride, which included pit stops at Yosemite National Park, the Oregon Coast, Northern California, the Nevada desert, Glacier National Park in Montana and the Columbia River Gorge.
Visitors can take a stroll through Bloomington’s history as they walk the hallways of the Mathers Museum of World Cultures. Along the walls are historic photos of Bloomington paired with photos of the same places today.
Echoing the wandering philosophy of author Jack Kerouac’s “On the Road,” Sharon and Jessica Bussert bought an RV in 2014. After grabbing their cat and dog, the couple spent the next three years journeying across the United States, taking photographs.
Located just 11 miles from Bloomington in Brown County is the T.C. Steele State Historic Site. Here resides the 211 acre home of IU’s first artist in residence, Theodore Clement Steele.
The Venue, located at 114 South Grant Street, will host a preview of its Juried Art Show, The Art & Soul of Bloomington III, at 5 p.m. Friday. The event will formally open for public viewing the next evening.
The Arts Alliance of Greater Bloomington, also known as AAGB, and the Thomas Gallery will be taking part in the opening of a new show, “Catchlight.”
Get in contact with metallic art inspired by nature at By Hand Gallery at 101 W. Kirkwood Ave. #109.
From being rejected to being revered, the Lilly Library’s new exhibit "Random Acts of Granfalloonery: The Art and Fiction of Kurt Vonnegut, Jr." shows the progression of Vonnegut’s career through rejection letters, typewritten drafts of his novels, fan letters and more from the extensive collection.
Craft night creations by artists Lori Leaumont and Vanessa Monfreda will be displayed at Gather, a Bloomington art gallery and gift shop, from May 4 through the end of the month.
The April exhibit "Professor Animalia's Menagerie of Struggling Species" has come to Bloomington art hub and gallery Untitled Light, which is located at 212 West Fourth Street.
The Thomas Gallery will present Mark Blaney’s “Recent Works” exhibit at its gallery, located at 107 N. College Ave. in downtown Bloomington. The exhibit opens April 6 and will be open every Friday in April from 5 to 8 p.m. or by appointment.
Old jazz tunes now fill Kirkwood Hall Gallery where the School of Art, Architecture + Design presents “Celebrating a Jazz Icon: 100 Years of Ella Fitzgerald Exhibits and Events.” This exhibit honors the famed African-American singer from noon to 5 p.m. Mondays through Fridays through May 4.
Something new is cooking at Bloomingfoods' old location on Second Street, where IU’s five sole photography Bachelor of Fine Arts students are preparing to unveil their original album covers.
The world is full of people with distinct cultural and habitual differences, but a current exhibit at the Mathers Museum of World Cultures strives to prove that all humans are the same.